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YTEPP head office now ‘south of the Caroni’
In its 24th year of operation, the Youth Training and Employment Partnership Programme (YTEPP) yesterday opened its main headquarters in Chaguanas. The headquarters is the first for the people of central Trinidad said Science, Technology and Tertiary Education Minister Fazal Karim yesterday at the opening of the facility which was attended by Chaguanas Mayor Orlando Nagessar, chairman of YTEPP Chandar Gupta Supersad and YTEPP staff.
“A head office of this nature has moved south of the Caroni river. This is a momentous day for us.” YTEPP first opened its doors in Laventille in 1987. Karim said this was fulfilling Prime Minister Kamla Persad-Bissessar’s mandate in the People’s Partnership manifesto to bring government services close to communities and its citizens.
Karim said he was proud to be associated with YTEPP, which has made a significant contribution to training 160,000 individuals in the last two decades.
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